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13.7171@101.12 Good For A Stock 2001 Camaro SS?

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    13.7171@101.12 Good For A Stock 2001 Camaro SS?

    I finally got my Camaro out to US131 Motorsports Park in Martin Michigan. Here is my record:

    Reaction Time: .6410
    60 FT: 2.0969
    330 FT: 5.8171
    ET @ 594 FT: 8.2901
    1/8 ET: 8.8441
    1/8 MPH: 81.23
    1000 FT ET: 11.4839
    1000 FT MPH: 120.63
    1/4 ET: 13.7171
    1/4 MPH: 101.12


    Timing By: TSI System 2000 Plus @ US131 Motorsports Park Martin, MI

    Is this generally where I should be running stock?

    My friends stock 1999 Z-28 ran a 13.5@102.97 against me. Why is the Z faster than me?

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    M6 or auto? Sounds about right for an automatic. If it's an M6 then maybe you need to shift faster or your elevation is high. The z28 might be lighter or the driver is a bit better. Could also just be a good motor. Powershifting has helped me get a few mph in the 1/4.

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    Both are A4's. His car weighs a bit less than me, but only like 100 pounds...

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    The traps are kind of slow for both of those cars, unless you guys are running at a higher altitude or had a shitty DA.

    Should be in the 104-106 range. Your 60' is good enough to get you well under 13.50 if it was trapping normal.

    There should be no difference in the performance of the cars, unless it is just production variances.

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    for autos, the traps are right inline. both of my cars went 13.560 @ 103.27 and 13.606 @ 101.66 manuals will trap in the 104-105 range.

    1000 FT ET: 11.4839
    1000 FT MPH: 120.63
    1/4 ET: 13.7171
    1/4 MPH: 101.12
    i like the 1000ft mph. kinda tells me the timers are off.

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    i like the 1000ft mph. kinda tells me the timers are off.]
    I think he forgot to mention he was on the brakes hard at the end. Or maybe not. I think with times on the timeslip like that, I'd question the rest of them somewhat as well.

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    somthing looks fishy. That mph is low for that car along with the time. I ran 13.98 on a 2.4 60ft granny shifting 3rd. So I know thouse times are off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Capster78
    somthing looks fishy. That mph is low for that car along with the time. I ran 13.98 on a 2.4 60ft granny shifting 3rd. So I know thouse times are off.
    Not really. My old 95 ta ran a 13.7 @101 almost all day long with an a4 transmission. So the mph and the time are right in line.

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    ur talking about a LT1 tho, the LS1 shoud be like .3 faster

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    i was just saying that the mph and the et match.

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    My stock 01 Z28 went 13.30 at 106.7 with loudmouth and air lid auto.

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    Quote Originally Posted by camarozzzcamaro
    My stock 01 Z28 went 13.30 at 106.7 with loudmouth and air lid auto.
    That's more like it.

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    My Z28 M6 hit 13.13 @ 106.9 mph stock. But shifting really made the difference there. The 60 FT time was like 2.0-2.1

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